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My relationship with my hair is intensely either love or hate. Hmm, if anything, I am constantly looking for new and unique methods to style my hair as a result. Though not exactly straight, it is also not curly. Also, before I can leave the house without scaring people off with it, my hair needs to be styled because it is not wash-and-go.

I had been curling and curling my deep wave hair for years and always ended up with these tight ringlets, but I had no idea what I was doing wrong. It took me a lot of research and effort to learn that getting these relaxed beach waves hair requires much more than just curling your hair.

The direction of the curl, the size of the portions, and most obviously, the products to use all matter much. How should my hair be dried before I even try to curl it? It also has a significant impact. Creating the appropriate formula becomes quite simple as soon as you find the appropriate formula.

deep waves

Step 1: Grab a portion of hair 1-2 inches long. Try to just pull the flat iron away from your head while clamping it down horizontally and close to the roots or base of your portion. Only a few seconds should be held.

Step 2: Holding the plates horizontally, slide the flatiron down your hair vertically. As you lower the iron, turn it over so that the top faces or brushes up against your head. Hold just a moment or two.

Step 3: To maintain a horizontal position for the plates of the flatiron, flip the slide down your deep wave closure once more. The top of the iron should be turned back to its initial state, with the top facing out. All the while, you’re pulling your facial hair out of the way. Imagine using the flat iron to create a wavy line as you descend your head.

follow the steps

For deep wave wig Styles, it’s crucial to press your cutlet up against your head and along your part as it twists. Comb the hair forward with your other hand to create a breeze or a “C” shape.

Steps one through three should be repeated down your hair; I do four “waves” before finishing my hairdo. I prefer to ensure that the last wave of my hair faces my face.

stylish look

I spend around two or three minutes doing each side of my head with this flat iron wave hair technique before and after the beach waves. I don’t style every hair on my head because I prefer the look of certain waves and some that are a little more natural for a somewhat more textured, messy look. The volume and beachy appearance are stunning, as seen from this before and after side-by-side comparison.

It provides my hair with the ideal amount of curl without making it look overly flawless, like when using a wand, which I love. These waves look and feel effortless.

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